William A. Hall spent two decades of his life homeless. More than half of that time he lived in a car. Yet remarkably out of these conditions he produced a substantial body of important artwork. Built on the common units of standard sketchbook sheets Will produced a complex array of single and multiple panel images that speak of optimism, safety and survival. Every picture has its own story and relates to things that are happening around him in his life at each moment. Will’s images of landscape, constructions and retrofuturistic vehicles essentially grow out of his subconscious and are given form by the creative act of drawing.
60 pages, Full -color hardcover, with an essay by Colin Rhodes.